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High Intensity Training

06

Dec'12

The Best Form of Cardiovascular Exercise: HIT

Although it will be news to most people even today, the fact that HIT (High Intensity Strength Training) is the most effective form of cardiovascular exercise has been known at least as far back as the mid 1970’s. In 1975 the father of modern HIT Arthur Jones funded a study carried out at West Point Military Academy known as Project Total Conditioning. One group of subjects performed HIT and a second group acted as a control. The HIT group outperformed the control group on every single metric tested including overall strength, neck strength, cardiovascular condition (there were 60 different tests …

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27

Nov'12

Origins of HIT and the Supporting Science

HIT, which stands for High Intensity Training, has its modern roots in the work of Arthur Jones whose writings and thoughts on exercise were developed from the 1970’s through till the first decade of the 21st Century. Arthur Jones was the original owner, inventor and designer of Nautilus exercise equipment that revolutionized the fitness industry in the 1970’s and 80’s.  Along with a skill for equipment design, Jones had very specific notions about exercise protocol, and his opinions on exercise were refined through until his death in 2007.  Over his lifetime Jones invested millions of dollars of his own money …

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17

Nov'12

Doug McGuff MD, explains High Intensity Training at HITuni.com

Doug McGuff MD, co-author of Body by Science explains HIT (High Intensity Training), in a nutshell.

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17

Nov'12

James Steele explains High Intensity Training (HIT) at HITuni.com

James Steele BSc (Hons), Associate Lecturer at the Centre for Health, Exercise and Sport Science at Southampton Solent University explains HIT (High Intensity Training), in a nutshell.

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10

Nov'12

Jimmy Moore explains the benefits of High Intensity Exercise at HITuni.com

Jimmy Moore of livinlavidalowcarb.com talks about High Intensity Exercise.

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